Surely the Australian media is having orgasms over Virat Kohli. Or else why would you get on the back of a person in an irritating manner for no rhyme or reason. In fact Virat Kohli has been woefully out-of form but he is the centre of all attraction it seems. Even though he did not feature in the all-important decider at Dharamsala, Australian media still won’t stop. After comparing him with Donald Trump, the Australian media has taken it a step further now they have called Virat Kohli ‘classless’.
Virat Kohli made it loud and clear that he did not wish to be friends with the Australians and rightly so. You can be bitten once but second time you would be cautious.
This is what one of the famous Australian media said, “Virat Kohli had to shake hands and move on after series win but he acted like a child.”
Another headline in an Australian newspaper read, “Beergate: Kohli’s latest classless act.”
Certainly they are in love with Virat Kohli the Delhite.
The Australian’s renowned Peter Lalor wrote: “If there were any doubts about the poor spirit between the Indian and Australian sides it was confirmed after the series when the home side shunned a suggestion the two sides drink together.”
“All Virat Kohli had to do was say sorry. Steve Smith did,” wrote Herald Sun journalist Russell Gould.
“I asked if he wanted us to come in for a drink, this being the end of the series. He said he’d get back to me. With Ajinkya, we get on well,” Australian skipper Steven Smith said of his Indian Premier League (IPL) team-mate.
Cricket Australia chairman David Peever said, “Steve showed yet again what an outstanding leader he is becoming, and his honesty and gracious comments at the end demonstrated the qualities that Australians expect from their Test captain.”